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Bart Davis to resign as U.S. attorney for Idaho

BOISE, Idaho — U.S. Attorney Bart M. Davis announced Thursday that he will resign on Feb. 28 after serving the District of Idaho for more than three years. The Idaho Falls native and former majority leader of the Idaho State Senate was nominated to the position by former President Donald Trump and was confirmed by the U.S. Senate in September 2017.
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U.S. Attorney Bart Davis announces resignation after serving the District of Idaho for more than three years

BOISE — United States Attorney Bart McKay Davis, 65, of Idaho Falls, has announced his resignation effective Feb. 28. “It has been the honor of my professional legal career to serve the people of Idaho, alongside the incredibly hard-working team at the U.S. Attorney’s Office,” Davis said. “In the last three-plus years, this team has overcome tremendous challenges, from the longest federal government shutdown in American history, to a global pandemic. Through it all, the lawyers and support staff of this office have faithfully enforced the law, supported our law enforcement partners, and protected our fellow citizens. I could not be prouder of the work that they have accomplished. I am extremely pleased to leave this office in their capable hands.”
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